Re: can't connect to ISP!
Oki DZ writes:
> There should be <auth pap> on the last line;...
No there shouldn't. That would mean that he was demanding that the ISP
authenicate to him. He should be *receiving* 'auth pap' from the ISP.
However, it appears that pppd is not starting at the ISP.
> ...have a look in your /etc/ppp/options, and see whethere pap
> authentication is defined.
The standard Debian /etc/ppp/options includes 'auth' (but not
'require-pap'). Fortunately, pppconfig overrides it by putting 'noauth'
in the provider file.
firstname.lastname@example.org (John Hasler)
Dancing Horse Hill